For the Discovery II, the Michelin
Latitude is an
excellent choice. Although tame in appearance, they handle all conditions very well.
For those looking for something more aggressive, A
two inch lift will allow a 265/75-16 to fit without a problem. For mostly road-bound vehicles
or for use in snow, we prefer the BF Goodrich All Terrain KO.
For mud use, we've been impressed by the Firestone
The Freelander fared well on the stock Michelins,
but if you got an early one with Goodyear HP's you probably want to upgrade. We often fit
BFGoodrich AT KO's in 225/70-16 on stock height Freelanders and 225/75-16 on lifted
Freelanders. The 17" and 18" versions typically convert to 16" wheels for off-road
For all-around use and winter driving, we
especially like the BF Goodrich All Terrain KO2 in
For mud, we've been very impressed with the
Firestone Destination MT.
Series Rover with 235/85-16 BFG M/T
*NOTE - Installing larger tires will affect braking
performance, handling, and speedometer accuracy.
The information provided above are suggestions based on our own experience with our own Rovers,
and is offered as a guide. Tire performance and feel is a subjective matter and your results may
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